5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Appellee or respondent
- Legal writing
- a Examples of legal writing include case briefs, law office memoranda, and documents filed with the court.
- b The justified use of force to protect oneself or others.
- c A defense requiring proof that the defendant was forced to take an action to avoid a greater harm.
- d The party in a case against whom an appeal has been filed.
- e When an appellate court sends a case back to the trial court for a new trial or other action.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The failure to act reasonably under the circumstances.
- Generally, an emergency situation that allows a search to proceed without a warrant.
- A statute establishing and setting out the powers of an administrative agency.
- A reason for invalidating a statute where it covers both protected and criminal activity.
- The law that sets the length of time from when something happens to when a lawsuit must be filed before the right to bring it is lost.
5 True/False questions
Judgment proof → When the defendant does not have sufficient money or other assets to pay the judgment.
Miranda warnings → Examples of legal writing include case briefs, law office memoranda, and documents filed with the court.
Third-party claim → A claim by a defendant against someone in addition to the persons the plaintiff has already sued.
Information → A request made to the court.
Appellate or petitioner → Courts that determine whether lower courts have made errors of law.